Drinks - I can recommend the Spanish bubbly on the wine list, the Licor 43 and Pedro Ximenz as an after dinner drink. For entree we ordered cheese & spinach balls, lamb ribs, chorizo and the zucchini flowers. All tapas were ok, nothing to wow about except for the lamb ribs which were succulent, tasy and outstanding. The cheese & spinach balls weren't cooked through and hot so I'm assuming they'd just come out of the freezer. The zucchini flowers were stuffed with ricotta but lacked seasoning. The chorizo was served with caponata style vegetables. If you want the paella let it be the first thing you order as soon as you arrive as it takes 45 minutes to prepare.Paella costs $27/head for seafood and slightly less for meat and vegetarian.We ordered a seafood paella for 3 people & a meat paella for 2 people. This was sufficient for the 5 of us however grossly overpriced when you think about it. The paella was overcooked and the seafood was not cooked in the rice with the other ingredients. We could tell the difference because the prawns & mussels were steamed & there was a distinct lack of flavour in the paella itself. There was a bit of calamari & hardly anything else. 6 mussels and 5 prawns. Cost $81. Disappointing. The meat paella had a strange taste & was very lemony. There was hardly any meat or chicken in it & one could not distinguish the pieces. Desserts were the churros, crema catalan, donuts & rhubarb puffs. This was our favorite part all were quite good however, the donuts could have been better as you could hardly taste the cream that is supposed to be inside the donut. The yoghurt tasting icecream that comes with the donuts is superb.
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